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The Drexel University Archives acquires materials of enduring value, for preservation and access, to assist in the learning and research of the faculty, students, and interested members of the public. Drexel University Archives serves the University community by collecting, preserving, and making available institutional records. The primary purpose of the Archives is to select and preserve records that document the founding, growth, and function of the University. The Archives also serves as an educational resource encouraging the use of the records for researchers and the general public.
About the Archives
Researchers may visit the Archives in person by appointment. For staffed hours of operation for the W. W. Hagerty Library, see the Library Hours page.
You can help preserve Drexel history by donating materials to the Archives, sharing your Drexel experience by recording an oral history, or submitting published papers and research materials to iDEA. For more information on ways to get involved, visit our "What We Collect" page.
Drexel University Archives and Special Collections
W. W. Hagerty Library, Lower Level
33rd and Market Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19104
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